Category: instrumental

Score and reorchestration of The Geography of Dreams

I completely re-orchestrated The Geography of Dreams. I like it much better. It’s limited to strings & harp plus 3 solo woodwinds (flute, oboe, english horn) and 2 solo brass (horn & trumpet). I got a much better mix and mastering this time, too,…

LYRIC RAGS — a sonata for violin and piano

LYRIC RAGS — a sonata for violin and piano Mov 1 – City Nights Mov 2 – Silent Waltz Mov 3 – Sky Highway Composed in 1975, the 3rd movement is my favorite of the three, but I’m also fond of the 2nd movement….

Score available for The Geography of Dreams (for symphony orchestra)

In my last post, I was able to present the score for one of my three most recent orchestral pieces. Tn this post I can announce that I’ve finished editing the score of the second of these. It can be downloaded (free) HERE. The…

Score available for The Forest (for symphony orchestra)

I’m in the process of editing my three most recent orchestral pieces. I just finished editing the score of the first of these. It can be downloaded (free) HERE. The audio may be streamed (free) HERE (or use the player below). I strongly recommend…

A More Prodigious Tulip for cello and piano

This was composed in 1972. It has had several versions. This is the most recent. It is a series of variations (“strophes”) on an abstract Schenkerian melodic skeleton, embellished over the course of the variations as one might embellish a raga. Unlike a raga…

Concerto for Piano and Orchestra

This concerto was composed in 1994 and slightly revised in 2015. It’s for piano and small orchestra (just piano, strings, and only 4 woodwinds–no brass, no percussion). The score is still being cleaned up but will eventually be available at hiltonkeanjones.com/music.

Festival Prelude for Piccolo Trumpet and Organ

Here’s an old piece of mine: Festival Prelude for Piccolo Trumpet and Organ: https://soundcloud.com/hilton-kean-jones/sets/festival-prelude-for-piccolo-trumpet-organ. I don’t think I’m allowed to say who the trumpet player is because this wasn’t done for publication, just a demo. But, he’s the trumpet player for whom I wrote…

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